BNC7T-J-P-GN-ST-EM1D

75 Ohm BNC Jack, Edge Mount

Features
  • Optimized for 12G-SDI Broadcast Video solutions
  • 75 ohm impedance
  • Standard edge mount or die cast edge mount
  • Available for .062" (1.60 mm) or .093" (2.40 mm) PCBs
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